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Melbourne’s Moomba Festival runs from March 10-13th along the Yarra River in the CBD, and in its 63rd year it’s even bigger and better than ever. And the best part? It’s free! The full schedule is so jam pack of activities that it can be hard to figure out what to go to, so we’ve done the hard work for you and have given you our top 5 picks for Moomba 2017.
The nature of my job means that sometimes I need to travel, and on the odd occasion that travel requires me to be on a work site in a country location at 6 am, and that’s exactly what happened this time. Uhhgggg. I needed to be on site in Bairnsdale at 6 am, hi-vis and all, for an emergency training session. And coming from Melbourne, leaving at 3 am just wasn’t an option! I needed to find somewhere to stay that night near the work site so I could be up bright and early the next day, so I jumped on to…
When I was a kid I remember Mum & Dad taking me to the National Rhododendron Gardens in Olinda, Victoria, and I recall having fun, but that’s about it. So when Shona and I decided to head back up there as fully fledged adults and semi-functioning adults, I was excited to see if it was as entertaining as I remembered!
Only 50 minutes southeast of Melbourne is a little known 185 acre (75 hectare) avian paradise called Birdsland. I grew up in Mount Dandenong, and even then I hadn’t heard of this place till I went on an internet hunt for a new walking spot recently. There wasn’t a whole heap online about it, but it was only a 20 minute drive from where the horses live, so if it turned out to be a dud spot, no harm done.